By François Danican Philidor
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Chess Grandmaster Raymond Keene chronicles the historical past of the improvement of the chess mix as an paintings shape. In 86 entire video games in descriptive ranging from the fifteenth century, Keene presents examples of mixtures performed by way of Greco, Philidor, Mac Donnell, Von der Lasa, Staunton, Anderssen, Morphy, Zukertort, Steinitz, Lasker, Cabablanca, Alekhine, Euwe, Botvinnik, Keres, Smyslov, Tal, Petrosian, Spassky, Fischer, Karpov and Korchnoi.
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D3 ! c6 29 . ixc6 l'%xc6 3 0 . a3 h5 ! gxh5 mf6=, Morgado-Pecha, corr/1998. f4 with: 17 . . �c5+. mh1 18 . . tt::\ g4 Correspondence games suggest that Black can hold on after 18 . . tt::\ d7 20 . tt::\ cS 22 . �h3 l'%b8, but top players prefer the knight sortie. h3 (19 . ixg4 e5) 19 . . e5 20 . hxg4 exf4 2 2 . tt::\ b 6 ie6 ! 23 . axb3 �xa8=, Ivanchuk-Grischuk, Nice rapid 2 010. b) 13 . ie2 is rare ly seen. Black has several good op tions, for instance, 14 . . f3 mh8+, Za kharov-Nevostrujev, Moscow 1995.
B4 which is one the most dangerous counter-resource of Black. 2. The c2-pawn is free to ram Black's centre. In these circumstances, we should not leave the king in the middle. The enemy's manoeuvre ensured us two tempi which are just enough for castling. :B:f3 fS+) 15 . . b5! Black has restricted the enemy knight and he has a good position. See game 9 Sedlak-Kiril Geor giev, Vrnjacka Banja 2005. 59 Part 1 D22. 14JU'3 Luther suggests this as best, without arguments though. White is planning to create tactical threats linked with the X-ray of the rook on the a3-queen.
Ie2 hS. b1, I prefer to develop the bish op on g7 aiming for a short castle. In the concrete position, however, White's knight is much more active on d4. Although some good play ers do opt for ll . . ig7, I do not like the ending that arises after 12. ;, Groszpe ter-Schlosser, Austria 2 004. The op ponents agreed to a draw here, but it is only White who could play for a win. g7 is prob ably not the best. I'm going to pro pose you a sharper set-up which in volves long castling at an opportu nity.
Analysis of the Game of Chess by François Danican Philidor